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. the larger community is left to ask, why? >>> a tip from a dying man has the fbi hoping to solve one of the country's most legendary mysteries. the search for jimmy hoffa's body is now in the back of a home in roseville. something unusual did turn up on ground penetrating radar. now, police plan to start digging. they are not optimistic they are going to find hoffa but believe it is worth investigating. >>> a family found homeless after a car crashes through the garage and ends up in the dining room. the 70-year-old driver is taken to the hospital but expected to be fine. he didn't live at the house but the couple that lived inside the house was home at the time but they are not hurt. >> rough day. >> yes, it was. >> some stormy weather moving in. >>> a dramatic ending. >> i just got a treat from somebody around george mason saying it sounds like pianos falling from the sky. very heavy rain going to continue. very strong winds. you may not have been expecting it coming through right around 11:00 tonight. we are seeing the rain just down to the south of washington making its way throu
details about the threat, but later lifted the evacuation order about 1:00. the fbi right now is trying to figure out if the two bomb threats were related. >>> american university says there will be no new breast- feeding policy following a controversy with a professor who breast-fed her child during class. university does not have a specific policy governing breast-feeding, but says it does follow federal and d.c. guidelines. in a statement released today, it said quote, it supports faculty and staff if they face challenges of balance and provides reasonable breaks in areas for nursing needs. >> another big story we're following tonight. the virginia board of health approved new and stricter regulations for abortion clinics. they must meet the same building standards as hospitals which could put clinics out of business. dr. laura meyers joins us now. dr. meyer, thanks so much for being here. >> my pleasure. >> let's give our audience more background. the board grandfathered in existing measures. include things like wider hallways, phones in the waiting rooms and water fountains. wha
's cancer researchers, 8% cuts for air traffic controllers, border security and even the fbi. if lawmakers can't reach a compromise, they'll all take effect january 3rd. the white house says half the cuts will come from domestic programs and half from defense spending. the ranking member of the house budget committee congressman chris van hollen of maryland says there's a lot at stake. >> it would be devastating to the economy and hurt very important investments like the national institutes of health and the research going on there, air traffic controllers. all the ongoing functions of government would see a buzzsaw cut. >> reporter: the sequester cuts were triggered after the supercommittee failed to reach a budget deal. they'll take effect january 3rd unless congress enacts legislation to replace them. >> you have to raise taxes and cut spending. >> the two sides seem miles apart. no one expects a deal to go through before the election. >> so our view is we have should follow the approach that bipartisan groups have recommended, which is a mix of cuts, but also eliminating some of these
like the fbi and also clark construction to name a few places. to learn more about this, go to the web site on your screen or you can call 1-877-enabled. >> a great idea. >> yeah, it certainly is. >> all right. >> now, let's check in with gwen to get the latest on the forecast. >> we have a really nice day ahead. the week will be looking great as well. everybody will be anxious to see it so let's get right to it. we start off with the week is starting a little bit cooler but we are calling it refreshing this morning. temperatures will be a little bit cooler than they have been over the course of the past few weeks. plenty of sunshine ahead in my forecast. temperature will rise by the time you get into late week and then late week do we have a frontal system we'll be keeping a very close eye on. in the meantime, not bad at all. here is our accu-weather fox 5 radar composite. nothing to show you. we have clear skies pretty much everywhere. could see a little bit of fog over the mountains but other than that, not a lot of activity. we are starting out this morning at 62 at national airpor
is dedicated to the case. the fbi has assigned a crime analyst. investigators are getting tips daily. don't have a composite sketch of a suspect, but say they are still looking for a motive. >> as of this date right now we do not have an exact suspect description that we can share with you. >> we've spoken to students at amber's high school charles flowers and spoken to students at largo high school. we put this information out on our crime solvers tip line. >> reporter: 2 1/2 weeks ago an aarped man kicked in the door at amber stanley's home on chartsey street, went straight to her bedroom, kicked in that door and shot her several times. police tell fox 5 the foster daughter amber's mother was raising along with her own two children is in protective custody at an undisclosed location. officers had answered a service call a few days before the shooting at the home because of an incident involving that teen. meanwhile amber's mother attended the meeting where residents showed support. >> we need help. we need a community to pull together and get this person or persons, whoever did this ho
on the job shadowing at places like the fbi and clark construction. to learn more go to the website, enableamerica.org or call 1-877-enabled. >> it's a big success for j.c. penney. now they will make its free haircuts for kids program permanent every sunday. the offer begins in november and penney is trying to reverse a severe drop in revenue since eliminating sales. more than 1.6 million children received free haircuts during the debut of the program last month. >>> still ahead, butterflies are bloom at a popular exhibit. if you want to see for yourself, you better hurry up. holly? >> reporter: now is the time. but they're not blooming just yet. if you are having a tough time getting going this morning, you' right along with the butterflies. they don't start moving until it's at least 80 degrees. i learned that because i am in the flight house at brookside gardens this morning where yes, we are taking in the wings of fancy exhibit but this is the week you need to come see it. we'll tell you why and what happens when these beautiful things get shipped out. it's all next on "fox 5 mo
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